State Senate president asserts that his own proposal calls for nothing less than eliminating the conventional fee-for-service payment model
Christie dismisses idea at town hall meeting, but gets numbers wrong for current top-end tax and potential revenue
NJ Democrats are pushing for a veto override, while some Republicans favor a new compromise bill -- and the outcome here will affect reform efforts ...
The best way to understand what's in the budget and how it may affect you is to catch one of the five public hearings being ...
The Homestead program, which cuts taxes for seniors, the disabled, and low-income families, is at second-lowest funding level of past decade
Unions want Christie back in court to explain why he plans to skimp on billions of dollars in committed payments in coming fiscal year
Next year’s budget calls for $660M more in business-tax breaks, despite depleted transportation fund and court-ordered pension payments
That’s one of the suggestions of Christie’s expert commission, but the big question is what happens to property taxes
Administration’s overestimate brings midyear spending reductions to $343M -- and there’s still a $1.6B budget bullet out there
Governor makes it perfectly clear: The only thing wrong with the state’s finances is cost of public-employee benefits